With just one search, you can see cheap holiday insurance quotes from a range of the best companies in the UK.
Below you’ll find a selection of the 40 travel insurance companies we compare to help you get a deal that’s just right for you1. Take a look at the full list of companies we work with for other products we compare.
- Annual Travel
- Cedar Tree
- Cover For You
- Free Spirit
- Get Cover
- Good To Go
- Holiday Extras
- Insurance Republic
- Insure and Escape
- Insure with Ease
- Now Travel
- Oasis Insurance
- Sainsbury's Bank
- Start Travel
- Switched On Insurance
- The AA
- Trip Sure
- Your Travel Cover
1Correct as of March, 2023
What are the different types of travel insurance?
is a great way to cover you against medical bills, delayed flights and stolen items when you're on holiday.
Business travel insurance
covers you for any business-related trips.
Cruise travel insurance
helps you compare policies tailored for those who love to go on cruises.
Family travel insurance
means you can get one policy that covers everyone, rather than buying individual policies.
Long stay travel insurance
is the perfect policy for those who plan to travel for an extended period.
Pregnancy travel insurance
helps provide peace of mind for any unexpected problems while away.
Ski travel insurance
is a specialist winter sports policy that covers you against slope injuries.
Worldwide travel insurance
will cover you for travel to multiple locations around the world.
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Emergency travel documents
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How to claim on your travel insurance
Making a claim should be relatively straightforward. Even so, there are ways to speed up the process.
Travel to Europe from UK in 2022
Now the Brexit transition period has ended, here's how travelling to Europe will change.
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